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Designer Christian Siriano’s Easton home inspired his new bath collection

Siriano in the bathroom of his Easton, CT home, with hand towels from his new bath collection with DXV. Photo by Tim Lenz.

Christian Siriano’s Easton home is the inspiration for the designer’s new bathroom textiles collection with DXV, a maker of high-end bath fixtures. The designer, who also owns a home in Westport along with Westport clothing store The Collective West, discovered DXV while renovating the bathroom of his 18th-century property in 2022, and was struck by the quality and sophistication of the product.

A collaboration came soon after.

Christian Siriano’s new hand towels sit on a sink in the designer’s Easton home. Photo by Tim Lenz

“It has been such a pleasure partnering with DXV, which I believe emphasizes the many parallels that can be drawn between fashion and home design as vehicles for self-expression,” says Siriano. “Personalizing clothing and accessories empowers people to reveal their authentic selves, which we also see play out when people curate their living spaces. As I was designing my own space in Easton, DXV’s timeless Belshire bathroom collection inspired me to explore the boundaries of home and fashion to create luxurious, wearable art.” 

Christian Siriano’s Easton home. Photo by Tim Lenz

Siriano’s bath collection consists of a limited-edition luxury bathrobe and hand towel set, embossed with a geometric pattern and embroidered with gold thread, both of which pay homage to 1920s glamour.

The designer is celebrating the launch during his Fall/Winter New York Fashion Week runway show on February 9, where his models will wear his bathrobes backstage.